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>> we hope so. a few people, at least. >> good morning, i am here for kristen sze. surely the weather will not keep you away from the polls. mike? >> no. it won't. >> and stop calling me "shirley." thank you, eric. >> 23 in fairfield and the wind is coming ashore. the parent layer is not so deep so i hope we get sunshine quicker today and that energizes you like it does me. we have shades of great and 55 and mostly sunny from 4:00 and low-to-upper 60's and back if the low 60's and gray by 7:00. and inland we have mostly cloudy conditions and 55 and sunny and 70 by noon pushing 80 with sunshine by 4:00 and milder in the evening with low 70's and at the coast, a pocket of sunshine here and there in the afternoon, and mid-to-upper 50's. >> i can tell you what will slow you down, that would be muni and we have service that normally we
have, so, 300 out of 600 buses and amy hollyfield is on the story and will give us all of of the detail on what do expect. we know that the street cars that run along the embarcardero and market treat will only one along the embarcadero, market street, use metro other our bus lines. northbound 880, this is clearing and metering lights are turned on this morning and the traffic is heavy so you have a few minutes before you head into san francisco so have your coffee. >> muni riders face another rough commute for the second straight day of a staged sickout by drivers. >> amy hollyfield is at the west portal station. >> officials raised the stakes
today saying if the remain employees call in sick they need a doctor's note to be paid. that worked a little bit. they have 100 more workers coming in today than they had yesterday. they still had a lost employees calling in sick and only half of muni's fleet will be in operation today. trains are rolling through the west portal station where we are this morning. they have more trains going downtown. it is the outbound trains that are showing long waits. some commuters say they are frustrated. others say they are just rolling with it. >> it wasn't that bad yesterday. no worse than normal wait day. maybe i was just lucky. maybe not. >> you are feeling okay? >> yes, not a problem. >> sounds hike he got lucky. >> trains and buses were packed with people and two-thirds of the muni vehicles stayed park yesterday. they think fed will be better, there will be 100 more vehicles
rolling today than they had yesterday but, they still say you should plan for delays. this is all because of a labor dispute with employees not happy with the contract that muni has offered them and many of them, now, are staging a sick out on day two. barn will be honoring muni tickets again today. you are urged to avoid muni if you can. the muni contract would make them the second highest in the country just behind new york and just ahead of chicago. a nationwide manhunt ends three miles from where it began. video shows the moment san francisco police take ryan chamberlain into custody at crissy field. matt keller joins us from the
san francisco jail with what is next for ryan chamberlain. matt kenseth? >> ryan chamberlain is expected to be in federal court this morning. the san francisco police department and the f.b.i. are expected to hold a joint news conference later today. we are expected to learn more at that time about the case. what we know is the three-day manhunt ended last night, in crissy field, where the arrest was captured on a cell phone. before that, san francisco police were hot on the trail of ryan chamberlain and they tracked the 42-year-old to the mad dog bar in the height where he used the tam. merchants say plainclothes officers were combing the neighborhood asking anyone if they saw him. after ryan ripe was found and taken into custody, the bomb squad was called in to search his car but nothing was found. >> i saw him yelling "help," when he saw me filming and looked right at me and yelled "help." ryan chamberlain was on the run since saturday when the
f.b.i.ing as found explosives in his apartment. there was a nationwide look out for ryan chamberlain with an arrest hours after an apparent suicide note was posted on facebook. he was jailed after midnight and is expected to stay here until the united united states marshak him up. breaking overnight in san francisco, police are investigating a shooting in the mission district this morning. a man was slot in the leg on mission near 19th street and this was at 2:00. he was taken to the hospital. right now police are looking for a group men arguing with the victim just before the shooting. several streets were closed for investigators but they have reopened. >> you may have missed it but this is election day in california and it is the primary, with the polls open if lows than an hour at 7:00 a.m. and the question remains, how many people will be voting? turnout is expected to be at a record low.
>> that motor haw many voters show up the outcome that everyone is sure of this morning is that governor brown will come out on top in the primary race. brown will cast his ballot in next hour in oakland and polls show he has a comfortable lead in the pop two primary contests and this is the first time californians choose a candidate for governor using the primary system that ignores party labels and sends the top two vote getters to the general election. >> with the brown first place finish a lot the race if second race is the lock between republicans donnelly and neel kashkari who was trailing donnelly. however, polls show him closing the gap recently. the assembly race in east bay now is the most expense i political races in california. the top two democrats in the district 16 race or written da mayor glazer and dublin mayor, are finding their grass roots
effort of soliciting votes overshadows by radio and tv ads of special interest groups. the independent spending is under $4 million. a lot of the money comes from the outside not something that anyone can control, any candidate. i have not had any conversations with the people who have been supporting me. the candidates say that they have no direct glue over independent ads and that even the photos used in the campaigns are pulled off their webs without authorization. >> here are the other races we are watching today: the race for mayor in san jose and the congressional race between mike honda and the challenger, and the state senate race between east bay assemblyman and former assistbly woman who now is on parole for shoplifting and san francisco measure (b) setting high limits on develop presidents along the waterfront. we will have the latest election
results as soon as the polls close at 8:00 tonight on abc7 abc7news.com and on twitter@abc7newsbayarea. we will have coverage on abc7 news at 9:00 and abc7 news at 11 and complete results tomorrow right here. your decision whether you want to go to the polls because the weather is not a factor. >> for rain. no extreme heat or cooling. everything is "just right." >> temperatures in the low-to-mid 50's through the south bay and in the hills of los gatos it is 45 degrees and 57 in sunnyvale so those are the extremes. 47 in calistoga is the cool spot and low-to-mid 50's around the bay shore and, also, inunder that, -- inland and you can see the sun breaking out at walnut creek and check out the microclimate. are you up or down? mountain view and petaluma are
down by one degree. most of us are warmer this afternoon. i have the heat wave coming up in the seven-day outlook in a minute. as we take you into danville we are seeing plenty of slowing because of this stalled vehicle blocking one lane. it is causing bumper-to-bumper traffic beyond sick more valley road. northbound direction, though, we are not sighing slow downs from danville headed into alamo and up to walnut creek. delays headed into san francisco and, also, for the muni riders, as you know, another bear of a day. more on that in a bit. a better sets same from the bay area to hawaii and something goes terribly wrong. ahead at 6:30 the search continuing this morning. >> coming up, first, panera's
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>> covering santa clara, san francisco, east bay and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. good morning, everyone at 6:13. a look at the eastern span of bay bridge and traffic has picked up in volume. a little heavier. a little slower. leyla gulen is following traffic here and with the muni sickout affecting things, we will keep you informed. a lot of clearing in see allege administration an ordinance was passed to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour in the city. seattle will now have the highest minimum wage in the nation. the high are wage will phase in over several years with a slower process for small businesses. the vote in seattle comes as bay area city is ready for their own showdown over minimum wage
at its city council meeting tonight. our media partner reports that richmond will discuss raising their minimum wage to $13 an hour by 2018 to be highest in the state. back in march the city council approve an ordinance to raise it to $12.30 by 2017 but the vote was deferred to a later month. >> the meeting starts at 6:30. oprah is talking about her bid to buy the l.a. clippers in an interview where she says $2 billion would not have been a wise business decision the amount that former microsoft c.e.o. ballmer paid for the team. she says initially she was really excited about the bidding process thinking it would be fun to own a team. she pulled out saying $2 billions with her limit. she is glad she didn't buy l.a. clippers and says friends will not be hitting her up for tickets.
>> dan marino has filed a lawsuit against the nfl one of 15 former players who filed a lawsuit in philadelphia last week. he and the others claim that the nfl misled the players about the long-term dangers of concussions. the nfl has denied any wrongdoing. a movie based on the expense of n.s.a. leaker edward snowden will soon hit the silver screen. oliver stone will write and direct a film based on the book "the snowden files," after leaking documents about american surveillance activity to a columnist in june. in a statement he calls the account of the leaks "one of the greatest stories of our time," and says making a film is a real challenge. panera bread is making changes to the menu, with a chain of cafes planning to remove artificial colors and sprinklers and presbyterian --
preservatives by 2018. the company is expected to announce this today as part of the food policy pledge. they are working to remove corn syrup from the drinks in the future. on this tuesday, election day, we are in the third day of june. >> yes. now at look at what is going on outside. 6:16 this morning, nice to have you here and nice to you have also, at live doppler 7 hd, the cloud deck is out there and no fog this morning. our low of the visibility conditions to be half moon bay at four and the cloud deck is enough to cause 52-minute flight arrival delays into sfo so make sure you call ahead. afternoon sunshine today and temperatures just a bit warmer
than considered so closer to normal and nights are less cloudy as high pressure comes in and that will allow more sunshine and that is why the summer heat is right around the corner especially inland. we will take a look at the low-to-upper that is sitting here for the last several days and this is a short wave or a small area of low-to-upper, not really a cold front or warm front set up but it is an area of instability and a pocket of cooler air and enhands the sea breeze and why we have been cool the last couple of days and will continue to be at acknowledge or below. 76 in san jose and 80 in los gatos and 68 in santa cruz and as far as the peninsula we are in the home 70, washington, dc is the warm spot at 74 and millbrae, as usual, is cooler at 76 and upper 50's to low 60's along the coast and a few more breaks in the cloud cover than yesterday. mid-60's downtown and south san francisco and sausalito and brighter than yesterday. low-to-mid 70's through the
north bay valley and even with the center sunshine at the coast the winds will keep you in the upper 50's in the north bay, and temperatures in the upper 60's to low 70's for the expire east bay and use head into castro valley but in the inland neighborhoods san ramon valley, upper 70's to nearly 80 and 80's out highway pour and from pleasanton to livermore from 80 to 82. not so extensive with drizzle less likely than what we have this morning which isn't a lot, and temperatures in the upper 40's to the mid-50's and we will look at the seven-day forecast and we will focus inend that, first, because we hit 90 open thursday and we stay in the 90 through monday. the coast will be in the 60's the entire time so there is the free air conditioning, and, now, for the bear neighbor, 80 on thursday through sunday we will drop in the 70's by monday the only really down when you are on
the coast. >> we have a car fire and a grass fire. along 680 southbound we have a car fire with flames up a vehicle. we do have a fire department headed out on seen and c.h.p. says it is not causing delays. to the south at the expressway, in the northbound direction, a report of a grass fire. we will have crews hopefully they can put things out quickly. in san jose, northbound highway 85, at union avenue, we will tick to concrete but it sounds like the carpet is in the lanes and not the ease toast drive on. be careful of that as you drive to highway 7 in cambrian park is looking at a ten-minute commute. >> the n.r.a. is firing back with criticism aimed at gun supporters.
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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. 6:29. a look at the macarthur maze and we have volume. it is heavy. it is slow. it is almost stopped on the connection. leyla gulen is tracking this. muni could be a problem. >> i am eric thomas. >> i am katie marzullo. meteorologist mike nicco is in the weather center. >> it is cloudy. we have clouds less numerous inland in the south bay but they are making a late charge right
now only to reverts quickly today. we will call it cloudy. most of us in the home 60's so dress like you did yesterday. bright by noon away from the coast, and the cost is stuck not clouds with pore sunshine. you willen in the 50's again. 62 in the bay at noon and 66 on the cool side with a lot of 70's around, also, at 4:00 for the bay and 80 inland and 60 and 70 at 7:00. with fewer clouds. leyla gulen? >> we looked at the shove the maze and it is much busier than normal with folks teaing their car -- taking their cars to work the we have half the fleet rating 300 buses out of six so that is more than year, 100 more. if san francisco, howard street is shut down between 3rd and 4th because of the apple worldwide developer center at mascone center. headed back to the maze you are
at 16 miles per hour into emeryville, and slow-and-go away from albany to the maze and 20 minutes to commute. in san francisco, a new any bus could pick up passengers in the city for the kd day if a row with another mass sickout. muni confirmed if the last half hour that on the scheduled runs, will be filled today half of the scheduled runs will be filled because of the sick intermediate. >> another day of delays and crowded buses. day two of the sickout. leave earlier than normal if you take muni. half of the fleet will not operate today because of workers
calling in sick. we are seeing trains coming through, mostly going downtown and the outbound rains are showing there will be long waits. when people went to bed they did not know what to expect. muni did not know if there would be a second sick out. we met a man who asked his mother to get up early to drive him to check out the scene. >> couldn't find out anything. it is vague. they are "trying" to get a drive. they are not sure. i cannot wait. >> what are you going to do? >> ask my family to drop me off at work. >> here is how it looks yesterday when two-thirds of the muni vehicles were out of service because of employeeees calling in sick proposingor protesting a proposed contract. he had 100 fewer workers calm in
sick today than yesterday so 100 more vehicles on the streets today than yesterday. that could be because muni officials put out a wanting telling workers if they called this sick they would need a doctor's nurse to get paid. day two of this sickout is in effect. avoid muni. a spokesman told me that he can not discuss details of the labor negotiation but says they are doing everything they can to get the workers back to work. developing news, the nation-wide manhunt for a san francisco man is over this morning ending three miles from where it began. ryan chamberlain is in san francisco county jail after being taken into custody at crissy field. that video offed -- of the arrest. on saturday f.b.i. agents found
explosives if his apartment. ten minutes we will have a report on how authorities finally tracked him down. >> today is election day the polls open if less than 30 minutes. the biggest contest is the race to see who will lead the bay area's largest city, san jose mayor. among the candidates are vice mayor, santa clara county supervisor, city councilman and city councilwoman. all are competing for a run off in the november election to replace the outgoing mayor. pac's and san jose mayor was hospitalizedded according to our media partner, herrera experienced dizzyness and had high blood pressure during a
candidate's for rim on sunday and taken by ambulance where she stayed overnight. doctors believe she my have had a virus resulting in an inner ear infection and nausea. it is not clear when shell return. >> in san franciscos voters will decide the fate of proposition b to protect the water front requiring developers seek vote are approve to build luxury condos are on towers on water toronto. >> other rates including south by congressional race with mike honda and the challenger. in district 11, four democrats and republicans are vying to replace george mill whoever is retiring representing the district since the 19 70's. voters today decide between east bay assemblyman and assembly woman.
another toss up is the toss up for the republican slot on the governor with tim donnelly and neel kashkari with kneel cab carry -- and neel kashkari moving ahead to go head to head with governor jerry brown. the polls up at 7:00. we will have election results at 8:00 p.m. and on twitter at abc7 news and coverage at abc7 news at 11. we will have complete results tomorrow right here on the abc open news. the coast guard is searching for a opinion missing from a
sunking sail bet much the partly submerge boat is seen here when crews arrived. crews combed the water near the golden gate bridge after receiving a distress signal at 4:30 yesterday afternoon. it is believed only one person was on board. the better was headed to hawaii from alameda. a daring take down in the middle of one of san francisco's most popular tourist spots. we have what is next for ryan chamberlain after being taken into custody by san francisco police. new controversy this morning over the prisoner swap involving army sergeant bowe bergdahl with controversial tweets sent by his father before his release. >> a look outside at another gray day with the view from the exploritorium
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.15" of rain. in san jose it will start at 77 and warm to 82 and we get .1" yes of rain. mid-to-upper 70's to the south and sunshine if los angeles and 1306 in palm springs, and lake tahoe is at 74. a sig-alert is issued with a motorcycle westbound highway 4. we are showing bumper-to-bumper traffic. the motorcycle was weaving in and out of lanes and it hit another vehicle. two lanes remain blocked and we are down to 22 miles per hour with heavy backup from before railroad avenue. also, heavy, the terrorism over the altamont pass and to live more, bumper-to-bumper traffic, and things out to dublin and is clear in castro valley and an hour and ten minutes from castro valley to tracy. >> you could be in line for cash back if you have purchased from
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covering santa rosa, berkeley, san jose and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. this morning, the man who sparked a nationwide f.b.i. manhunt is waking up if san francisco jail after being transgendered down three miles from his home. matt keller has the next step for ryan chamberlain. >> ryan chamberlain is at san francisco jail being booked after lid night. now he is waiting for the marshalls to pick him up. the arrest was captured by cell phone at crissy field. officers got a tip that his car was this. he was running since saturday when the f.b.i. agents found explosive materials in the san francisco apartment.ç authorities issued a nationwide
be on the lookout for the operatively and media consultant . a witness was surprised ryan chamberlain was in town. >> yes they willed to get an arm behind his back and he complained he couldn't because it was stiff and they finally got it around and got him cuffed. authorities knew ryan chamberlain was still around and tracked the 42-year-old to a bar where he used an a.t.m. at a bar. ryan chamberlain was taken into custody and the bomb squad was called in but nothing was found. we are expecting to learn more of the case this morning. the san francisco police and the f.b.i. are holding a joint news conference and ryan chamberlain will be in federal court this morning. >> anily freed p.o.w. bowe bergdahl will see his parents tomorrow in texas five years
after being taken captive. controversy and questions surrounds his capture and release. according to the "washington post" his father sent a tweet that said "i'm still working to free all a guantanamo bay prisoners and god will repay for the death of every afghan child." a pentagon investigation in 2010 concluded he walked away from the unit and decided not to exert center of the to get him back. >> this morning the national rifle association is speaking out against texas governor rights advocates would bring military-style assault rifles into businesses as part of open carry demonstrations. they call the demonstrations counterproductive adding they are scary and down ride weird. one of the groups behind the demonstrations is lashing back saying it will withdraw support from the n.r.a. if they do not retract the comments. trading is underway on wall
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self. >> the producer is laughing in my air but telling me to hurry up. now, we have a graduation so we will head down to san jose. san jose high school is 151st commencement for the bulldogs you will start at 69 and warm up to a mild 74 with sunshine. a couple of hours later in san jose gunderson has commencement at 74 at 3:00 and dropping to 70's. we have cloud cover out there, at low-to-mid 50's around the bay and 57 in mountain view and 48, though, in novato. we have flight arrival delays of 52 minutes but, notice, we are seeing the sun breakthrough the clouds and that will be the key to the forecast.
the sun will come out quicker and that means temperatures closer to the normal highs and nights are less cloudy and summer heats an the corner. watch the cloud cover pull back to the coast, 10:00 or 1:00 and sunshine is breaking out at the cost compared to year, at 50's to 80's so we have a summer spread. low-to-mid 70's to the south and los gatos is 80 and san jose is 76 and low-to-mid 70's along the peninsula but millbrae is 66, upper 60's along the cost and sausalito is mid-60's. low-to-mid 70's through the north bay valley and low 70's along the east bay sure. we will have upper 70's walnut creek and san ramon and elsewhere, low-to-mid 80's. the cloud cover is not so extensive or is the drizzle which has been limited to the coast today. the seven-day forecast shows thursday through monday, 90's inland and 80's around the bay and free air conditioning at the coast and we will stay in the
60. >> this is in bay point worker direction two lanes are blocked because of an injury crush with a motorcycle. we are at 34 miles per hour for the top speed. heavy backups from antioch. in san bruno southbound 280 to 380 a four-car crash with backup. delays with one lane blocked if you need to make the transition, give yourself extra time. the golden gate bridge shows traffic is looking heavier as you come in from marin but northbound traffic is not too bad and the san mateo bridge, that commute is sluggish. there is little gap between the cars at 14 minute from hayward to foster city. thank you, ahead, seven things to know before you go. >> see you in 90
and they taught me that with hard work, anything is possible. i earned a scholarship to mit. and worked across party lines to get things done. i'm alex padilla. i'll protect voting rights for everyone. and make it easier to start a business. so we create jobs and opportunity for all californians. what should we order? (announcer) alex padilla. secretary of state. whether you are just joining or head out the door, seven things to know. the one, another tough day ahead for muni riders with a second straight day of a sickout. half of the 600 vehicles will not be in service today and neither will the cable cars. bart is honoring fares between san francisco around the city. >> we are dealing with a
sig-alert but one lane now is blocked westbound highway four with a four car crash in san bruno. >> breaks in the cloud cover from downtown camera, with warmer temperatures today and average inland and, still, quit a spread at 71 in the north bay to 82 in the east bay valley and sunny by noon and 66 to 76, and mostly cloudy at the coast. 57 to 63 in downtown san francisco. >> the san francisco man at the center of a nationwide manhunt is in jail this morning, ryan chamberlain was taken into custody at crissy field after throw days on the run. he is expected to be turned over to the f.b.i. this morning. five, election day for the primary with the polls opening in a few minutes at 7:00, and some cities plan to -- people will offer discounted marijuana if you vote but turnout is expected to be a record low.
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good morning, america. happening now, the growing firestorm over bowe bergdahl's release. members of his military unit angry and speaking out. his former roommate calling him a deserter. >> i feel like he deserted us. >> and the odd tweets his father sent to the taliban, as president obama weighs in this morning. breaking overnight, a three-day manhunt for a fugitive who is dangerous near san francisco ends with a dramatic arrest caught on tape next to the golden gate bridge. police searching for answers as to why the media consultant had all those explosives in his apartment. one of the ig aboutest names in nfl history now suing the league over concussions. hall of famer, dan marino, joining the